If you love the world of higher ed, but aren't quite ready to invest in another degree, you might want to look at jobs with The Chronicle of Higher Education.

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Full-time positions in Applied Mathematics
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Pro Vice Chancellor
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Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Evidence-Based Online Gifted Mentoring
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Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs
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Associate Professor - Critical Studies of Race or Indigeneity in Physical Activity and/or Sport
Washington, DC
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Assistant Professor- Critical Studies of Race or Indigeneity in Physical Activity and/or Sport
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Assistant/Associate/Full Professors-Physical and biological Oceanography, marine geophysics/geology, ocean engineering
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Professor of Practice Computer Science
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Faculty - Computer Science
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Once you get your undergraduate degree, you have a choice. You can continue with higher education, or you can get a job. You can start making money, or you can keep spending money. If you’re having trouble deciding between those two options, don’t worry. There’s a way to get a job without leaving the world of higher ed. That’s because The Chronicle of Higher Education, which is based in Washington, D.C., is hiring. As they put it, they are “the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators.” Apparently 80,000 academics and 350,000 people in total subscribe to The Chronicle of Higher Education, while their website gets 12 million monthly pageviews. They were even “ranked in the top 10 of most credible news sources by Erdos & Morgan.” Clearly, The Chronicle is the place to go for information about higher education.

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If you love the world of higher ed, but you’re not quite ready to invest in another degree to hang on your wall, then you might want to look into writing for The Chronicle of Higher Education. If you start browsing The Chronicle’s website looking for jobs, don’t be confused by the link to their Careers section on the left hand sidebar—it’s not what you’re looking for. A big part of The Chronicle’s business is posting ads for jobs in higher education, so that’s why that link is so prominent. To find jobs with the Chronicle, you need to use their Help page, or you could just use the following link to go directly to their Jobs page. They have 3 openings right now, but only one seems suitable for new or recent grads. It’s for a Community Colleges Reporter, and it does require “at least 2 years of writing/editing experience.” It may not be explicitly entry level, but I’m sure that some of you have built up a journalistic resume that will put you into consideration for this job. To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and 5 clips to ccsearch@chronicle.com and use “Job Applicant” as the subject line.

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